Posts Tagged ‘mate in 5’

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 72

September 14, 2017

White to move and mate in 5.

White to move and mate in 5. (Ernesto Inarkiev – Mikhael Mchedlishvili, 2017 FIDE World Cup)

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#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 45

July 21, 2017

White to move and mate in 5.

Blake – Hooke, London 1923 (mate in 5)

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 42

June 26, 2017

White to move and mate in 5.

White to move and mate in 5.

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 27

March 13, 2017

Black to play and mate in 5 moves.

Mate in 5

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 23

March 3, 2017

Black to play and mate in 5.

Gilles Andruet – Boris Spassky, Bundesliga 1988

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 20

March 1, 2017

White to play and mate in 5 moves.

Emory Tate – Macon Shibut, Washington DC 2004

#Chess Puzzle Worth Sharing 11

February 15, 2017

White to play and mate in 5 moves.

Mate in 5

Puzzle Worthy Position 33

August 24, 2016

Black to move and mate in 5.

Puzzle Worthy Position 15

April 26, 2016

If it wasn’t for the black king’s d7 escape square, white could obviously mate in just one move. Even with that small annoyance, white can mate in 5.

White to move and mate in 5.

Puzzle Worthy Position 5

April 15, 2016

White to play and checkmate in 5 moves.

  


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